DSCN2085.JPGDSCN2100.JPGWe have a vintage refrigerator that came with our 52 airstream trailer. We have no idea what model it is, who built it, etc. There are no numbers or plates with info on it anywhere.  We have had it checked out, but were told it needs new cooling coils.  We have not been able to find anyone that does this type of work in Northern California.  Can anyone help us out.  The picture of the fridge is in our album.

If anyone know what refrigerator this is, please advise.  we would appreciate any info you

have on it.  We would like to get it in working order. 

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Comment by Donald & Shirley Ree on October 20, 2014 at 10:54am

Yes, Cranes is the one.  Thanks.

Comment by david craft on October 20, 2014 at 12:19am
There was an outfit in newengland made a product called a "board buster". This would replace all the components up to the burner. A nice safe upgrade retrofit for all that aged gas controls...just a thought
Comment by david craft on October 20, 2014 at 12:16am
Thats old and before my day indeed, definitely original and awesome. I'd pull the core if i could and ship. Especially if its not a leaker, just wrap in cardboard. Refers like these, ideally, should be sealed fromthe front...maybe with plexiglass for asthetics and vented from the bottom of the coach...which is something airstream liked to do. So that in the event of a core leak...no fumes could reach the living quarters but all would be vented outside. These older cores had high levels of ammonia and would make ice in a short time just like the household refers of old...good luck
Comment by david craft on October 20, 2014 at 12:04am
Atco america in philomath oregon can do it...freight is a killer these days. Too bad alan is gone, but hes beenthere since i started in the seventies so i guess we all get to retire someday, hopefully before we expire. There is coolfun in the LA area too...good luck...i try looking in your album...i'm new here so no promises
Comment by Donald & Shirley Ree on October 19, 2014 at 5:47pm

Vallejo Business is gone. Even tried to call gentlemen that used to work there.  No luck.

Evidently, several people used this business, but not in the last year. They have been closed a

while.  Thanks for responding. 

Comment by david craft on October 17, 2014 at 2:33pm

cranes refrigeration....Vallejo, ca i think

yep...

25 California St,

Vallejo, CA 94590

(707) 552-0337

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